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Just last week, it was reported that AMD's unreleased Ryzen 7 4700G had hit a 4.7GHz all-core overclock, as depicted in a benchmark leak. Good stuff, but can someone do better? Well yes, yes they can. The all-core overclock to beat now stands at 4.8GHz, or 4,815.24MHz to be precise, though we do not know if that was a stable OC. The unofficial record overclock on an unofficial CPU was obtained by ITCooker, who posted a CPU-Z screenshot of their achievement on Facebook. Have a look... Source: ITCooker There are not any benchmarks to go along with this leak, nor any mention of what type of cooling was used (more than air, most likely) or what the actual voltage was set at. Whatever the case might... Read more...
AMD has said a million times that Zen 3 is on track to launch in 2020, though before that happens, there is another Zen 2 product line bound for release. Otherwise known as "Renoir," upcoming Ryzen 4000G series desktop APUs combining Zen 2 CPU cores with enhanced Vega graphics are right around the corner. One of the upcoming APUs—the Ryzen 7 4700G—has been spotting running with a 4.55GHz all-core overclock, and posting some impressive benchmark numbers. While not official, the leaks and rumors up to this point suggest the Ryzen 7 4700G is an 8-core/16-thread chip with a 3.6GHz base clock and 4.45GHz boost clock. It also features 12MB of cache (8MB of L3 cache and 4MB of L2 cache).... Read more...
We've seen references to the incoming Ryzen 7 4700G over the past few months, and it's reported to be an 8-core/16-thread processor with 8 Vega GPU cores onboard and a TDP of 65 watts. Early specs also suggested a base clock of 3.6GHz and a boost frequency of 4.4GHz. The processor has once again been spotted in the wild, this time via the CPU-Z Validator. In this case, the Ryzen 7 4700G is seen with an all-core overclock of 4.765GHz. That's not bad at all for a Zen 2-based APU based on AMD's 7nm process node. This performance was also allegedly obtained using air cooling. Although the Ryzen 4700G includes the "added baggage" of an integrated Radeon Vega GPU, it is said to offer performance comparable... Read more...
So, about those upcoming Ryzen 4000 series desktop APUs that have been the subject of numerous leaks. Up to this point, the leaks and rumors have almost entirely consisted of benchmark database entries. Then more recently, AMD's full product product stack was seemingly revealed. For the first time, however, there is a photo of an actual Renoir desktop processor. Unless AMD throws us a giant curve ball, its Ryzen 4000 series desktop APUs will pair Zen 2 CPU cores with Vega GPU cores. This will mark a significant upgrade over the existing Ryzen 3000 series of desktop APUs, both because Zen 2 brings a nice all-around bump in performance compared to Zen+, and it seems there will be 8-core/16-thread... Read more...
It stands to reason that at some point, AMD will introduce a new round of desktop processors based on its Zen 2 CPU architecture, with onboard Radeon graphics. Essentially an APU (accelerated processing unit), even though AMD does not use that term these days. Perhaps one of those upcoming chips, the Ryzen 7 4700G, has made a cameo in a benchmark leak. Before we get to that, let's talk the Zen 2 lineup. There are few categories. On the desktop, they include the Ryzen 3000 "Matisse" series (regular and Pro variants) and Ryzen Threadripper 3000 "Castle Peak" series. For servers, there is the EPYC 7000 "Rome" series. And on mobile, AMD recently introduced its Ryzen 4000 "Renoir" CPUs. Desktop APUs... Read more...